Your Time Is Gonna Come

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By Colin McCabe From Issue 45, Winter 2000   The Premiership is a strange thing. Three straight home wins against poor opposition put us fifth. Since the long-awaited Henchoz/Hyypia partnership was born, we’ve looked decidedly

The Greatest Scapegoats

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By Jimmy Conway From Issue 49, Winter 2000 Laziness. If there’s one thing I can’t stand on a football pitch, it laziness. It doesn’t matter if it’s Buckley Hill playing fields on a Sunday morning

1978/79: By Far The Greatest Team

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By Dave Houlgate and Steve Kelly Frm Issue 44, Autumn 1999   First love never dies. That’s a line from a thousand songs, but the one I always remember is the Walker Brothers – probably

Editorial – Issue 44, Autumn 1999

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By Steve Kelly From Issue 44, Autumn 1999 “Oh, I used to be disgusted/But now I try to be amused”. He’s a good Red is Elvis Costello, but you try following his ‘advice’ after the

Letters To The Referees From The FA

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By Dave Houlgate From Issue 44, Autumn 1999   From: The Football Association (est 1862) FUNNY FARM, ROAD TO NOWHERE, Cloud Cuckoo Land, NO 1DEA To: Phil Din, Referees Association, 2, Noteven Close, Brainlessan Nr

Alien Resurrection

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By Cosmo Viancra From Issue 44, Autumn 1999   Is there anybody out there still buying the Daily Mirror? Clearly, you did not see the edition that contained the Liverpool 0 Watford 1 match ‘report’